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The Japanese multinational automaker Toyota, standing high as the twelfth-largest company in the world according to the November 2014 statistics is also the world's first automobile manufacturer to produce more than 10 million vehicles per year. These prestigious heights are gifted to the company by the success of its assets. One of these assets is the Toyota NAV1, which is the facelifted version of second generation Noah. The car was launched for the Indonesian markets in December 11, 2012 and lies between Toyota Alphard and Toyota Innova. The car is an MPV (Multi-Purpose Vehicle) with two rear sliding doors which is introduced to target a particular segment who desire a modern MPV, which could catch their attention with the convenient technologies used in the interiors of the car.
The modern MPV is pumped to life with an in-line 4 cylinder, 16 Valve DOHC (Double over-Head Camshaft) 1987cc engine incorporated with VALVEMATIC and EFI (Electronic Fuel Injection), which burns oil efficiently to pour a peak power of 158PS at 6,200 rpm and torque of 196 Nm at 4,400 rpm on the 7-speed CVT (Continuously Variable Transmission). Collectively the refined engine and the transmission works efficiently and allows the car to cover a distance of 13.6 km on one liter fuel and the car can fly with a top speed of 160km/h. Toyota NAV1 is available in 2 trim levels: G AT and V Limited.
The exterior designers have imparted the car a decent and sophisticated design, which goes well with the present trend. The front look of the car is characterized by the LED projector headlamps, angular shaped 3-D radiator grille with 3 chromed slats, circular fog light consoles and a straight decent looking front bumper design. The car features two rear sliding doors, which can be accessed with ease. The other worth mentioning features of the MPV are the rear License Garnish with combination rear lamps for the V Limited edition, new 16” alloy wheels worn by the V Limited edition, chrome plated door handles, sporty rear spoiler, smooth rear bumper and the side view mirror with turning Signal Lamp. The exterior dimensions of the car are – 4600mm x 1695mm x 1850mm (L x W x H), with a wheelbase of 2825mm.
The interiors of the car is a part for which the designers can surely boast about, these are well-fed with convenient technologies which lets the passengers enjoy a very pleasurable driving experience. The attributes like the ergonomically designed control panel which can be used intuitively along with exclusive Touch Screen Audio System with Toyota Navigation and Optitron combimeter, multi-functional steering system and wooden trim covered gear knob offers as a good feast for the driver. The car features large seats with exclusive rotary function which allows the passengers to adjust their seats easily, dual-zone air conditioning, exclusive console box with cool and warm function and many convenient storage pockets and cup holders. With the rear seats down it also offers you a humongous boot space enough to swallow all your luggage.
The car cocoons its occupants with a dependable array of safety features, which includes the precise braking controls like the ABS (Anti-Lock Braking System) and EBD (Electronic Braking System), smart key for the V special edition, dual SRS airbags and seatbelts. The car features a high strength body structure which further ensures safety in case of a crash. The braking system encased in the car consists of front ventilated discs and the rear leading-trailing drum brakes. The handling of the car is based on the suspension system supporting the car body, which consists of the McPherson strut type suspension on the front axle and Torsion Beam on the rear axle.
This car is spacious and offers some best in class features to the occupants. But its blunt exterior design might not attract a large audience.